Tom Price’s Historically Short HHS Tenure
Is There a Doctor in the Senate?
Elections in Georgia and Louisiana could bring the number of physicians in the Senate in 2015 to its highest level in 150+ years.Read More
Bachmann’s Little Secret: Not Fixated on God, Guns, and Gays
Only one percent of the congresswoman’s nearly 600 press releases since 2007 have focused on the “3 Gs” collectively, as well as just one percent on abortion.Read More
AHIP President Karen Ignagni Talks about Health Care Costs and the “Other 94 Percent”
The president of America’s Health Insurance Plans targets the role hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, and technology firms play in the escalating costs of health care.Read More
Obama Under Fire: Who Launched the Most Attacks at the President during the New Hampshire Debate?
Mitt Romney landed the most jabs at Obama among the seven candidates; Herman Cain and Ron Paul, meanwhile, pulled the most punches.Read More
‘No’ Vote on Health Care May Have Saved Several Democratic House Seats in McCain Districts
House Democrats from McCain districts voting ‘no’ on health care were reelected at nearly four times the rate as those voting ‘yes’Read More
Mark Dayton on Tax Policy: “I Didn’t Start the War”
DFL gubernatorial candidate launches 16 attacks against his 2010 rivals’ tax and budget plans and outgoing Pawlenty administration in hour long U of MN eventRead More
Is Bart Stupak’s U.S. House Seat Vulnerable?
Nine-term Democrat has won by more than 32 points in each of the last four election cyclesRead More
Fun Facts about House Democrats Voting ‘No’ on the Health Care Bill
Years of service in U.S. House, district competitiveness, and district vote for McCain in ’08 shaped Democratic votes; percentage of uninsured constituents in district had no impactRead More
Bachmann, Kline, and Paulsen Respond to U.S. House Health Care Bill Passage
The only three members of Minnesota’s U.S. House delegation to issue press releases in the immediate hours after the 219-212 passage of a landmark overhaul of the nation’s health care system were its three GOP criticsRead More